GAA club unites for solo around the Ring challenge
Allianz Cumann na mBunscol Hurling Finals
St MICHAELS/Foilmore advanced to the third round of the County Championship when they simply outgunned debutants Finuge in a feisty affair played in brilliant sunshine on the South Kerry coastline.
SPORT at its most cruel.
THE defending and four-in-a-row seeking champions started off with aplomb in Fitzgerald Stadium last Saturday by heaping more misery on their fellow Killarney side with a 17-point hammering that was never in doubt from the moment Jamie Doolan found the back of the net in the seventh minute.
A MUCH anticipated game between two neighbours, which proved to be worth the wait for Ballylongford supporters.
Sincere congratulations to former Tralee Lady Captain Lorraine Peevers on her selection as Manager of the Munster Girls team for the Girls Interprovincial matches which take place in August at Birr.
BAR Dr Crokes and South Kerry these are the only other two sides to have won the County Championship in the last decade.
KINGDOM Kerry Gaels lost to Fulham Irish in the Tipperary Cup Semi-final on Thursday evening last at Scrubs Lane on a scoreline of 0-7 to 6-9.
CAHERSIVEEN man Stephen Curran has a smile wider than the Thames Tunnel this week after his London side secured a historic victory over Sligo and a first championship win in 36 years.
Gaelscoil Aogáin, Castleisland, are the 2013 Munster champions of Féile Peile Gael Linn!
A MINUTE'S silence was observed for the late Tralee teenager Donal Walsh, before the start of the Division 1 Final between Dr Crokes and Spa in Fitzgerald Stadium on Monday, May 13.
A POC Fada competition will take place in the Kerry Head region of Ballyheigue on June 1, with the first puck being taken at 3pm. Clubs are requested to send one senior player and one U16 player.
CONSIDERING what's to come this was the result Killarney Legion were hoping to avoid ahead of the County Championship opener against the same opposition in the not too distant future.
THEY might meet again in another competition later on in the year but Lispole got the better of St Senans on this occasion to stay top of the table.
THE rumour mill has gone into overdrive in Listowel after a €1m jackpot was won in the town in last Thursday's 'Daily Millions' Lotto draw
SIR, Further to the recent funeral of our son and brother, Donal, and the many letters of condolence we have since received, we would like to express heartfelt thanks from our family.